4 Tips Before Burning Yard Waste
Here are four things that you need to know before burning yard waste:
1. Never leave a fire unattended.
This may seem obvious to most people, but it's arguably the most important thing to remember when burning yard waste. All it takes is a split second for a fire to spark where it's not supposed to, so you want to monitor your fire at all times.
2. Always make sure fire is completely doused with water or smothered with dirt when you're finished.
You will want to make sure that your fire is completely put out before leaving it. A great way to do this is to douse it with water or smother it with dirt.
3. Don't burn anything highly flammable.
You want to be careful about what you are burning with your yard waste. Refrain from using any items that could be deemed highly flammable, such as paper or fabric that has been exposed to oil or gasoline.
4. Don't burn yard waste on a windy day.
If the wind is excessive, you may want to postpone your yard waste burning to a different day. If a spark gets caught in the wind wrong, it has the chance of igniting a wildfire.
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